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Trust Factor Missing in United States Behavior

If Washington had changed its behavior and shown that it is reliable and does not seek hegemony over other countries, the possibility of talks with the US could be discussed
President Donald Trump signs a presidential memorandum on the Iran nuclear deal on May 8.  President Donald Trump signs a presidential memorandum on the Iran nuclear deal on May 8.
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The nuclear agreement was a litmus test for US policy toward Iran and demonstrated for yet another time that Washington is not a reliable negotiating partner, an official said on Monday, ruling out the possibility of two-way talks in the present juncture. 
"A declared foreign policy of the Islamic Republic is to interact with countries…but it was the United States that created a strange situation in its relations with Iran," Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qasemi told a press briefing in Tehran. 
He made the comments when asked whether Iran will welcome talks with the US if it serves Iran’s national interests. 

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